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grime
American English: /ɡraɪm/
British English: /ɡrʌɪm/

Translation of grime in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • For the mechanics, rain means washing bikes that are thick with dirt and grime after the race.
    • This action frees particles of dirt, grime, and grease, which accumulate on your skin every day.
    • There were visible layers of filth, grime, dirt, mildew on the sides of the shower stalls and on the floor.

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